cosmopolitan


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Synonyms for cosmopolitan

Synonyms for cosmopolitan

so pervasive and all-inclusive as to exist in or affect the whole world

experienced in the ways of the world; lacking natural simplicity

Synonyms for cosmopolitan

a sophisticated person who has travelled in many countries

growing or occurring in many parts of the world

composed of people from or at home in many parts of the world

Antonyms

of worldwide scope or applicability

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Realising that global cosmopolitan practices are not always possible without a good deal of infrastructure and technological support, the local context can also be a site for cosmopolitanism in action.
We applaud all the hard work the CoStars at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas have done over these last four years and recognize the new leadership of Bill McBeath and Blackstone as a positive turning point in this long awaited partnership," said Geoconda Arguello-Kline, Secretary-Treasurer of the Culinary Union.
Science encourages a cosmopolitan culture that freely exchanges theories and findings (typically in English), and cosmopolites from a variety of professions work abroad, including in the diplomatic corps, observing and attempting to comprehend foreign cultures.
Given the AOGCC's determination was made late in the winter season, the Company deferred on making the major C-Plan amendment and therefore the Cosmopolitan State # 1 well was drilled in the 2013 summer drilling season, which commenced on 15 April 2013.
Under the agreement, Cosmopolitan would advance commissions to Partners Insurance.
He said: "It has been a pleasure to work with Cosmopolitan Housing Group on this project, which can only enhance the offering of the combined group for the benefit of their tenants.
This essay begins by noting that cosmopolitan political theory has been criticized for its failure to acknowledge the moral relevance of relationships and the duties to which they give rise.
The Improbable First Century of Cosmopolitan Magazine provides a fine cultural review of Cosmopolitan magazine and its many incarnations, considering how it's changed its image over the decades and how it has moved from its initial appearance as a family literary magazine that published quality fiction in 1886 to its move into expose journalism in 1905 and a 1960s businessman's vision for yet another dramatic facelift in the 1960s.
The development's cost of about pounds 1m is being supported by grant funding from the Homes & Communities Agency, with the remainder of the costs being met by Cosmopolitan.
Travel Business Review-March 9, 2011--The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Announces Opening of Race and Sports Book by Cantor Gaming(C)2011] ENPublishing - http://www.
LAS VEGAS, January 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (http://www.
IN HER PIONEERING ARTICLE "Forging a Cosmopolitan Civic Culture: The Regional Identity of San Francisco and Northern California," historian Glenna Matthews enumerated the region's singular features.
Auckland, June 15(ANI): New Zealand's Cosmopolitan Clubs have said that they will not criticise a Manurewa club's decision to maintain a ban on wearing 'turbans' in its bar despite the New Zealand Sikh Council calling it "a wake-up call" for Sikhs in the country.
The Global Commonwealth of Citizens: Toward Cosmopolitan Democracy, Daniele Archibugi (Princeton, N.